http://atlassliced.com http://sparkpunk.com On today's episode slice, Alaskan turned Californian Zak Erving is on the show! He's a travel writer, a designer for books (+ other things), and a proponent of getting out and seeing this beautiful world. He'll be hitting the road and going full-time nomadic in 2013. Here are some highlights from the interview! - What sparked Zak's interest in travel - What kinds of stories appeal to him as a travel writer - How he plans to financially support himself... Topics: sparkpunk, zak erving, nomadic, alexa hart, atlas sliced, travel writing, travel writer, travel...
Matt Kepnes (better known as Nomadic Matt) is a semi-nomadic travel writer who just released his first book How To Travel The World On 0 A Day. Listen as he shares what inspired his love of travel and how he makes a living jumping from location to location around the globe. Find out more at http://www.nomadicmatt.com Topics: travel, travel writing, nomad, passion hit, passion, writing, author, tbex
Air travel should be pleasant and civilized but many times it's just the opposite. Gailen David, founder of Jetiquette which is becoming the #1 travels sites that provides tips on travel, customer service, the airline industry, airfares and more. Gailen shares how he came up with the idea of Jetiquette, what his average day is like, his advice on being an entrepreneur and even some oh so great stories from his air travels. Learn more about Gailen at DearSkySteward.com And as always learn more... Topics: travel, customer service, airfare, flight etiquette, travel stories, entertainment, business
The Lounge Network introduces Robert Rose creator and host of the New TV series "Raw Travel". Rob tells us about his adventures of going into the Amazons and South American countries, in locations where most tourists dare not tread, to not only introduce use to a new travel show but to also show the real culture of some of these countries. We then discuss the difficulties of an independent producer with a quality show, travel from city to city to get the show picked up for broadcast,... Topics: searchonly, travel, production, tv, raw travel, robert rose, independent, indie
Hilton Worldwide is a nominee in the 2013 Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) 5th Annual Film Festival – and there are 10 days left to vote! Hilton Worldwide’s video submission showcases and celebrates the company's first Global Week of Service - in just eight days, Team Members at more than 600 properties offices across 401 cities and 51 countries harnessed their passion for hospitality and service to complete more than 800 volunteer projects in 401 cities across the... Topics: searchonly, hotel, travel, ecotravel, consumption
On today's episode slice, I've got Alex Baackes, who is an underwater videographer, a writer, a photographer, an editor, and a freelance designer. You can find her online at AlexInWanderland.com. We discuss a bunch of different topics, all of which are helpful pieces of advice. Here are some highlights from the interview: - The background behind her blog and how she got into underwater video - Tips for getting over initial fears of scuba diving - Tips for traveling solo - How she... Topics: travel, travel blog, travel blogging, web show, alexa baackes, alexa hart, atlas sliced, scuba...
Announcement: My 2nd Google+ Hangout on Air will be on Wednesday, November 7th at 4pm PST. Are you going to watch it live? On another note, if you're looking for episode #19, you'll have to go to my site for it. It was done using G+ Hangouts, and there's no way to upload it to Blip. Co-founder Lauren McLeod of Globetrooper and Flight Fox is on the show today! Before you read any more of this, go over to Flight Fox, and check it out. It’s a very unique crowd-sourced flight site. Lauren and I... Topics: travel, travel, blog, web show, flight fox, lauren mcleod, globetrooper, adventure travel, flights
Raw Travel is a new travel show that means to challenge what we recognize as a travel show. Taking a minimal crew all self financed and produce to remove any outside influence, Robert Rose, has taken the challenge of producing and releasing a show that presents the RAW real experiences of going to various countries currently South America. The Show Launched October 5th through out the US. Robert and Carlos talk about the experience of the first episode and stories that we not shown on the... Topics: searchonly, raw travel, robert rose, carlos phoenix, travel, quito, tv production, equador, latin...
Renee Blodgett of http://www.WeBlogTheWorld.com lives the life that many would dream about as she travels the world taking photos and capturing stories to share with all of us. Passion Hit TV is excited to have her on the show as she talks about the dangers of the word "safe" and how she made a huge change in her life simply by saying something out lout. Topics: passion hit tv, mentorship, photography, travel
We head to Jules Sylvester’s “Snake Pit” to transport a deadly Cobra; while Will embarks on a 400 mile journey into the desert to transport 300 tortoises! Part 2 of 3 Topics: cobra, animals, travel, tortoise, reptiles, movers
Trapped in sub-time, the Reviewer ironically finds himself with a lot of time on his hands. So, here's a personal listing of the top 10 unforgettable game show moments in history! Topics: game, show, review, sci-fi, time, travel
On today's episode slice, Lauren Rains, founder of Outdoor Minded Mag, is on to talk about her badass life as a lover of adventure travel and excursions, from the U.S. all the way to China. Oh, and make sure to check out her incredibly extensive bucket list on her blog The Mad to Live. Here are some highlights from the interview: - Lauren's online adventure magazine and how it came to fruition - Her decision to move to China and how she found a job at an adventure travel company - How she honed... Topics: adventure travel, lauren rains, outdoor minded mag, the mad to live, atlas sliced, alexa hart,...
Tempest One has lost all power! Is this the end of Reviewer's mission? Well, if it is, it couldn't happen on a better stage. Stranded with a suddenly very real Sarah, Reviewer gets to review the all time classic 'The Price is Right'! Topics: game, show, review, sci-fi, time, travel
http://AtlasSliced.com http://BeMyTravelMuse.com My guest today is Ava Apollo, the face behind Be My Travel Muse. Ava quit her investment banking job to take a nice, fat, indefinite career break to travel solo. We had been trying to set up a time to chat for three months, and it finally worked out while she was in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Here are some highlights from the interview: - Getting over the fear of the unknown and taking the leap to travel - How she is funding her travels - Odd jobs to... Topics: ava apollo, be my travel muse, atlas sliced, web show, vlog, video blog, travel blog, travel...
I have a fantastic guest on today’s episode slice—Dave Lee! For those who aren't familiar with Dave Lee, he is a full-time time traveler and travel blogger and a very interesting fella. If you've every wondered what a life as a full-time travel blogger is like, look no further! Question of the day: ARE YOU A FULL-TIME TRAVEL BLOGGER? OR, DO YOU WANT TO BE ONE? Let me know in the comments! Topics: travel, travel blog, travel blogging, dave lee, david lee, alexa hart, medellin living, atlas...
Few cities in Britain can fire up the imagination and conjure up as much excitement as Liverpool. In addition to its long history as a major port and international crossroads, Liverpool is famous on so many other fronts, including European City of Culture in 2008. Liverpool Football Club remains one of the most famous in the world. The city is also renowned for its" remarkable and tenacious urban regeneration over the past three decades. Developments such as the Albert Dock are classic... Topics: liverpool, england, britain, united, kingdom, travel, holiday
Pete Hillman, a veteran traveler who is a web designer and tour guide, is on the show today to talk about his life over the years living and traveling in different countries. He's all about encouraging people to "have a go" (British term) and see the world. On another note, I have been amazed by all the web designers I have met who are location independent. There are so many! Okay, back to the interview. Here are some highlights: - How Pete started traveling by hitchhiking around the... Topics: pete hillman, travel outside yourself, alexa hart, atlas sliced, t travel
In order to live and work abroad successfully, you've got to be able to overcome challenges that arise. Global attitude architect Katya Barry is on the show today to talk about how to overcome struggles of living in a foreign country. If you don't know what a global attitude architect is, don't fret. She'll explain. Here are some key highlights we discuss: - Feeling out of place and struggling to connect with others + solutions - Concerns about being a trailing spouse - Doing more meaningful... Topics: travel, travel blog, living abroad, work abroad, katya barry, global attitude architect, trailing...
You're in for a treat today because Shannon O'Donnell is on the show! Shannon is a marketing consultant, a writer, and an expert in global volunteerism! She is the ultimate humanitarian who has devoted a lot of her life to really meaningful grassroots projects. Here are some highlights from the interview: - Meaningful volunteer moments in her life - Grassroots volunteering and supporting small businesses/social enterprises in developing countries - Tips for finding a volunteer program that... Topics: travel, travel blog, travel blogging, shannon odonnell, a little adrift, alexa hart, atlas sliced,...
On the very first episode of Atlas Sliced, Greg Albritton shares his words of wisdom on language learning, cultural immersion, working in a foreign country, and so much more! One thing that we talked about that really resonated with me is the importance of your objective when traveling, which leads me to the Atlas Sliced question of the day. QUESTION OF THE DAY: What are your travel objectives? Leave a comment! Topics: atlas sliced, travel, alexa hart, greg albritton, web show, traveling
Today was a travel day, and complications appeared at several steps along the way. Then, as we were walking through LAX Airport at 9:30 pm, we encountered a most wonderful experience. I love the topic, and I think you'll be thrilled to meet Liz! Original Free Hugs campaign I'd like to note that actually I did a free hug campaign in New York City in 1989 - and gave away 37 hugs to 37 strangers, celebrating my 37th birthday. It was one wonderful day! Hawaiian Word: Pūliki: hug Add to Technorati... Topics: food&leisure, hugs, beachwalks, travel, roxanne_darling, roxannedarling, lax
George C. Bandy, Jr. of Interface sat down with Video4Good for a recent interview at the 2012 COMMIT!Forum. According to Bandy, corporations historically have been focused on privatizing wealth and socializing risk. In this video Bandy discusses new perspectives that are beginning to emerge as customers become more knowledgable and ask for more CSR initiatives. About Video4Good Video4Good is a full-service production company that works with businesses to tell their sustainability stories... Topics: searchonly, commitforum, |, ecoliving, consumption, &, travel, |, interface, |, video4good
The bubbly Jennifer is a rockin' host with an adorable space. Rumor has it, she has the most comfy couch in the ENTIRE world and a hair dryer that works! In all seriousness though, Jennifer's place is a wonderful and cheery respite for your Berlin adventure. BOOK IT: http://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18736 Topics: arts&culture, news&information, airtv, airbnbtv, berlin, travel
Leah got the chance to catch up with Rori, founder of Rori Travels Florida. You can instantly tell Rori loves what she does and brings joy to everyone around her. They are on a quest to bring out the inner child in us all by traveling Florida and blogging about their travels. Learn more about Rori and her travel stories at RoriTravel.com Learn more about the show at BusinessBewareShow.com Topics: travel, entertainment, blogging, business tv, entrepreneurship, rori travels, business beware
As you know I rarely take on controversial issues. So I approach our local SuperFerry issue very sadly. I am not prepared to take a side just yet, though I am prepared to say that I was looking very forward to riding it. But it appears our fellow Hawaiians on the neighbor islands do not want it, or us from Oʻahu visiting their island. I understand some of it as I have been reading about it, though it took me by surprise. I would prefer that people talk it out instead of politic it - and that... Topics: food&leisure, superferry, hawaii, beachwalks, roxanne_darling, travel, environment, controversy
Northern Ireland is now officially considered to be Europe's safest, friendliest place to take a break. One thing's for sure - the exuberant welcome you'll get will draw you into an atmosphere that encompasses everything a great holiday is about. Green countryside, peaceful winding roads with thorn hedges, superb hotels, cosy old pubs and traditional music, a breathtaking coastline and a landscape of mountains which makes the country feel twice as big as it really is. Of course, there's that... Topics: ireland, belfast, england, travel, holiday, break, united, kingdom, britain
In Episode 70 we explore that quantum leaps in technology, the gaps in development, and the out-of-place items that turn up in history and art that may offer evidence of UFO visitation, time travelers from the future, or maybe our ancestors were more advanced than we ever gave them credit for. Lamont Wood visits with the 30 Odd Crew to discuss strange items he chronicled in his new book, Out of Place in Time and Space: Inventions, Beliefs, and Artistic Anomalies That Were Impossibly Ahead of... Topics: talk&interview, lamont wood, time travel, ufo, paranormal, anachronism
Ashley and Leah traveled to WA and found something amazing from one of the stores in Leavenworth. Watch more "Favorite Things" episodes at http://BusinessBewareShow.com Topics: leavenworth, travel, business humor, business advice, business beware, education
Pair up with this two bedroom, two bath, two deck London pad. Brush up on your English accent, your London calling awaits. Paul's place is complete with cool digs like fake turf on the balcony and an array of impressive travel books, music and games-- there's almost just as much to do indoors as there is outdoors. Find the best in London hangout spots and take a fancy for a portion of chips and a pint of beer by the river. Book here today! http://www.airbnb.com/rooms/23164 Topics: arts&culture, news&information, airbnb, airtv, airbnbcom, london, paul, travel
Visit our website and find some great holiday deals! http://britainsbestbreak.tv Leicester is perfectly placed in the heart of England in a green and pleasant county which borders on some of Britain's most sought-after countryside brim full of engrossing visitor attractions and heritage sites. In addition to its long history as one of Britain's leading cities of industry, Leicester is famed for its Cosmopolitan population and vibrant social life.Leicester Football Club has it's fabulous Walkers... Topics: leicestershire, england, britain, vacation, travel, holiday, east, midlands
With Tempest One disabled, The Game Show Reviewer finds himself on the set of a very interesting and unique game show. Not much to do here except do a review and commentary of 'Card Sharks'! Topics: game, show, review, sci-fi, time, travel, card sharks
Conrad is a standout host who often leaves little surprises for his guests! You won't find a better deal in Berlin than this stylish flat. Located behind the historic Villa Elisabeth, just a few minutes from busy Rosenthaler Platz with 24/7 convenience stores, breakfast & food spots (legendary Cafe Oberholz, delicious Luigi Zuckermann Deli and various organic food stores) and a major public transport hub. Plus, nearby is a nice selection of contemporary art galleries, tasty restaurants and... Topics: arts&culture, news&information, airtv, airbnbtv, berlin, airbnb, travel, germany
What's the big mystery? Are there really weird forces at work here, or is it just a way to make a quick buck? please comment here Topics: talk&interview, travel, mystery, spot, gravity, optical, illusion
We arrived back home from the conference today (tired and exhilarated from working most of the weekend!). I've been wanting to share the children's art gallery though on the theme of peace with aloha. I hope you enjoy it, and I look forward to being back on the beach tomorrow. Aloha!Hawaiian Word: Maluhia: peace Aloha: hello, goodbye, lovePlease check out our Blogroll page with many more links.Tags: peace, aloha, lexi, dogs, videoblog, beachwalks, podcast, walk, roxannedarling, roxanne darling,... Topics: food&leisure, peace, aloha, beachwalks, hnl, travel, art
An old friend of mine is in town and he is my guru for the day. He is one of those people who does not stop and see all the reasons why something can't happen, but instead just makes things happen. He and his wife Krissy decided to retire early so they can live in Italy near their daughter and grandchildren. He fulfilled a lifelong dream this past year too, in buying a catamaran sail boat. Ni was a member of the 1964 US Olympic Ski Team and it is certainly possible that he was born with more... Topics: food&leisure, niorsi, retire, hawaii, italy, friends, travel, beachwalks, roxannedarling
I've been practicing one litke switch in my brain - it is so easy to point out what is wrong, and so much more effective to point out what is right, what makes me happy, what I want more of. I think we grow up with the mistaken notion that other people are here to make us happy - but in reality, that is an individual job. The easiest way to get to that happiness, is ti understand what makes us happy and then to be willing to speak up and ask for it!Hawaiian Word: Hauʻoli: happyPlease check out... Topics: food&leisure, hawaii, happy, beach, beachwalks, travel, roxanne_darling
Hawaiʻi has been rated the third healthiest state in the USA. You can read the details in the Honolulu Advertiser. We were first in a few categories, and the ones that struck me were lowest death rates due to both heart disease and cancer. I attribute our aloha-filled beauty to be part of the reason. In general, less stress and more happiness can be associated with less heart disease and cancer.So many people tell us that they watch Beach Walks to de-stress. As a former health coach with... Topics: food&leisure, health, hawaii, travel, beachwalks, workplace, roxannedarling
The new adventure begins & you’re invited to come along for the ride! James ships Vasco the German Shepherd & says Ciao to Pisa, Italy as Miguel has a rendezvous with a “Newfie.” (Part 3 of 3) Topics: animals, italy, travel, german shepard, newfoundland, dog, pisa, tower
http://atlassliced.com http://expatedna.com My guest today on Atlas Sliced is freelance writer Edna Zhou, who is a "serial expat exploring the world one city and one year at a time." She has lived and worked in China, Singapore, and now Paris doing a number of different jobs. Her writing positions have taken her all over the place, most notably to the London Olympics and to the Fifa U-17 Women's World Cup in Azerbaijan. She provides a great perspective on life abroad as an expat. Here... Topics: expat edna, edna zhou, alexa hart, atlas sliced, serial expat, expat, expats, live abroad, work in...
In Mission 105 we explore time slips -- what happens when two periods of time bump into each other. We hear from Eric Jones of Colorado who experienced such an event, and we explore the why behind it. Dr. Dreck stops by to weigh in, and don’t miss the Loch Ness Monster and Mars in the news! Topics: talk&interview, time travel, time slip, eric jones
In Mission 88 we explore the subtleties of time travel with author Von Braschler. We discuss his new book, 7 Secrets of Time Travel: Mystic Voyages of the Energy Body. Plus Dr. Dreck stops by with his own time travel experiment, black helicopters circle Jeff’s house, we hear from our fans in Gettysburg, and ancient monoliths make the news. Tune in to see it all! Topics: talk&interview, time travel, von braschler, energy body
Cardiff is now among Europe's most sophisticated and exciting capitals, with the development of Cardiff Bay presenting a dazzling array of restaurants, bars and visitor attractions, as well as the superb new Millennium Centre and views across the Bay which are truly breathtaking. The vibrant city of Cardiff and the outlying areas of South Wales form some of the most beautiful areas in the British Isles. The region's hotels, Inns and Guest Houses in Cardiff , Newport , Bridgend and other... Topics: britain, england, wales, cardiff, united, kingdom, travel, holiday